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Market Commentary
Soybeans See Steep Sunday Night Decline As Palm Oil Plummets >7% -

Overnight soybean futures were down as much as 49 cents per bushel, and are currently down 30 to 41 cents. On Friday the soy market was mixed at the

Cattle Futures Supported by Positive Basis, Cash Up to $122 -

Cattle futures rallied $1.12 to $1.57 on Friday. USDA reported WCB catch up cattle sales at $122 and $193 in the beef. The bulk of Northern deals

Hogs See Some Limited Profit Taking -

Front month lean hog futures fell $0.65 to $1.72 on Friday. From Friday to Friday July contracts were 63 cents weaker. USDA’s National

Cotton Futures Down 200+ Points on Ag Commodity Selling Wave -

Monday cotton markets are sharply lower in tandem with the grains, down 215 to 247 points. Front month cotton futures were 26 to 36 points weaker on

Corn Futures Down Sharply Overnight -

Corn prices are 20 to 30 cents per bushel lower this morning. Corn futures were 5 1/4 to 14 1/2 cents lower going into the weekend. July futures

Wheat Double Digits Lower in All Three Markets -

Wheat starts the new week with double digit overnight losses in all three markets of 18 to 28 cents per bushel. On Friday, wheat futures bought back

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